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In her comfort zone

JONATHAN WIGGS/GLOBE STAFFSusan Trachik wanted to create jeans that fit all kinds of women so she founded the Boston Jean Company. Her jeans feature iconic Boston images on the pockets. JONATHAN WIGGS/GLOBE STAFFSusan Trachik wanted to create jeans that fit all kinds of women so she founded the Boston Jean Company. Her jeans feature iconic Boston images on the pockets. (JONATHAN WIGGS/GLOBE STAFF)
By Paysha Rhone
Globe Staff / January 22, 2009

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When Susan Trachik conceptualized the perfect jeans, the mother of six aimed to solve a problem - a challenge she shared with customers at her Hingham shop, Island in the Square. Jeans are second only to bathing suits for frustrating women, she knew. She wondered if she couldn't create denim that was both fashionable and well-fitting. And so the Boston ... (Full article: 564 words)

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